|Poohratorio (The Expotition to the North Pole) - David W Solomons|
This setting of the chapter "Expotition to the North Pole" from A A Milne's Now we are Six (Winnie the Pooh) was composed in 1977 by me, David W Solomons. The copyright on A A Milne's works expires in 2031 but - since I may not be alive then, I thought it would be worth putting this setting on archive.org already now, in the hope that it will be of interest to some for information and amusement. However, I must emphasize that public performances and commercial recordings should not be made until...
Keywords: pooh; bear; alto; guitar; recording; score; setting; kanga; roo; eeyore; rabbit; north pole
|A North Country Maid arranged for guitar and alto voice - David W Solomons (dwsolo)|
The accompaniment on this arrangement that I made of the English folk song a North country maid is moderately easy to play on the classical or acoustic guitar. The pdf file is the score. The mp3 or ogg file is an electronic preview (using clarinet for the voice part). (If either of these files cannot be seen check "All files: HTTP") Enjoy. If anyone records it I'd like to hear it :-)
Keywords: north; country; maid; folk song; english; guitar; alto; arrangement; classical; acoustic
|Ten Nursery Rhymes for low, medium or high voice with guitar chord names - David W Solomons (dwsolo)|
Simple arrangements of ten English nursery rhymes, for high, medium or low voice with guitar chord names (see individual pdf files). I have performed 6 of these on this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inYm4p0SIdc The nursery rhymes are:Here we go gathering nuts in May (also known as Here we go round the mulberry bush), Hot cross buns, hey diddle diddle, Lavender's blue, The North Wind doth blow, Tom Tom the piper's son, Johnny's so long at the fair, Tom he was a piper's son (different song!...
Keywords: Nursery rhymes simple arrangements; voice; guitar chords; Here we go gathering nuts in May (also known as Here we go round the mulberry bush); Hot cross buns; hey diddle diddle; Lavender's blue; The North Wind doth blow; Tom Tom the piper's son; Johnny's so long at the fair; Tom he was a piper's son; Humpty Dumpty; Pop goes the weasel